A crowd forms outside the Belk-Tyler Department store in Greenville for the beginning of Dollar Day sales in 1960.
A crowd forms outside the Belk-Tyler Department store in Greenville for the beginning of Dollar Day sales in 1960. UNC-Chapel Hill North Carolina Collection
A crowd forms outside the Belk-Tyler Department store in Greenville for the beginning of Dollar Day sales in 1960. UNC-Chapel Hill North Carolina Collection

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